USF-led team deciphers sea level rise from the last time Earth’s CO2 set record highs

University of South Florida (USF Innovation) TAMPA, Fla. (Aug. 30, 2019) – An international team of scientists have discovered evidence in the geological formations in a coastal cave showing that more than three million years ago – a time in which the Earth was two to three degrees warmer than the pre-industrial era – sea…

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Ocean Acidification Study: CO2 Damages Algae

Guest essay by Eric Worrall According to scientists who bubbled CO2 through a tank full of wild algae, we need to be concerned about the health of the world’s seas 80 years from now. Acid oceans are shrinking plankton, fuelling faster climate change August 27, 2019 5.59am AESTKatherina Petrou Senior Lecturer in Phytoplankton Ecophysiology, University of…

Democratic states challenging the Trump Administration’s redo of the Obama CO2 emissions regulations should be careful what they sue for.

From The GWPF Date: 18/08/19  Editorial, The Wall Street Journal Their lawsuit could backfire and undermine the Environmental Protection Agency’s power to regulate carbon emissions. Twenty-two Democratic state Attorneys General and seven cities this week asked the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals to vacate the Trump EPA’s CO2 emission rules for coal plants. The Clean…

U.S. media conceal 4.5+ billion tons increase of CO2 by developing nations – push meaningless “sustainability” propaganda agenda

Guest essay by Larry Hamlin In the politically contrived climate alarmist propaganda campaign by the U.S mainstream media there is no limit to the degree of distortion, deception and dishonesty employed in attempts to conceal from the public the reality of global energy use and resulting emissions that is underway in the world that clearly…

First Data from NASA’s OCO-3 Mission: ‘CO2, I See You’

From NASA Global Climate Change Features | July 12, 2019 NASA’s Orbiting Carbon Observatory-3 (OCO-3), the agency’s newest carbon dioxide-measuring mission to launch into space, has seen the light. From its perch on the International Space Station, OCO-3 captured its first glimpses of sunlight reflected by Earth’s surface on June 25, 2019. Just weeks later,…

Streaming online pornography produces as much CO2 as Belgium

From The NewScientist Technology 11 July 2019 The transmission and viewing of online videos generates 300 million tonnes of carbon dioxide a year, or nearly 1 per cent of global emissions. On-demand video services such as Netflix account for a third of this, with online pornographic videos generating another third. This means the watching of…

Oregon Democrats Order State Police to Force Republican Senators to Return, to Pass a CO2 Cap and Trade Bill

Guest essay by Eric Worrall A group of Republican senators are refusing to attend a session, denying Democrat senators the quorum required to pass a climate change bill. Oregon Republicans are on the lam to avoid voting on a major climate change bill “Send bachelors and come heavily armed,” one Republican state senator warned police. …

Global Man-made CO2 emissions 1965 – 2018: BP data

From edmhdotme 2018 Global CO2 emissions The following calculations and graphics are based on information on worldwide CO2 emissions published by BP in June 2019 for the period from 1965 up until the end of 2018, below. https://www.bp.com/en/global/corporate/energy-economics/statistical-review-of-world-energy.html The pie diagram above shows the proportion of CO2 emissions as of the end of 2018. The…